DENVER — A man suffered a "suspected graze wound" during a shooting near the Colorado Capitol, according to the Denver Police Department.
Officers responded to Colfax and Broadway around 3:40 p.m. for a ShotSpotter alert and reports of shots fired.
Officers are in the area of Colfax and Broadway investigating a report of shots fired. No reported injuries at this writing.— Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) April 18, 2022
A man suffered a suspected graze wound to the lower body, and officers made contact with him at the hospital, according to Denver police.
The Colorado State Patrol issued a brief shelter in place order for the Capitol Complex. That order has since been lifted.
INCIDENT at CAPITOL: A shelter in place at the Capitol was enacted for an abundance of caution after report of shots fired near Colfax and Broadway. The shelter in place is being lifted at the Capitol and surrounding buildings at 1606 hours. Troopers in the area.— Colorado State Patrol (@CSP_News) April 18, 2022
The circumstances of the shooting and suspect information are under investigation, police said. No one has been arrested at this time.
This is a developing story, and this article will be updated once more information is available.